ZipX offers Freight Service for Bermuda!

Furniture! Appliances!  Engines and Parts!  Inventory for your Business!

Welcome to ZipX Freight.  You do NOT need to be a ZipX member to use our Freight Service. 

Our Air Freight service utilizes the Monday thru Friday courier flight from Newark, NJ USA and is designed for cargo with a minimum weight of 150 pounds.  

 

The ZipX Freight Address below must be supplied to your shipper and your cargo must be labeled exactly as shown below:

(Your Name)-IBC BDA

c/o SAS Cargo

Bldg 340, Brewster Rd

Newark Int'l Airport

Newark, NJ 07114

Tel:  973-804-2800*

*(Cargo Airport Services for SAS Cargo)

 

Contact ZipX for pricing.

 

Note: Shipment of a horse or horses to and from Bermuda requires a quotation and arrangements to be made with our agents.  Please contact us to make arrangements.


Click the link below and fill out the form to provide us with your shipment details:

 

Pre-Advice Freight Form

 


 

A Shippers Export Declaration (SED) form is required by U.S. Customs for all shipments with an invoice value greater than U.S. $2,500.  The retailer/supplier of your freight is the shipper and they are obligated to complete the SED.  It should accompany the freight when it is shipped to SAS Cargo.  The link below provides your supplier/shipper with the SED and the necessary information to complete the SED:

http://www.census.gov/foreign-trade/regulations/forms/index.html

Please contact our office if you have any questions or require any assistance.


 

Please note that a dimensional weight is used for packages that are lighter in weight but may be bulky.  When the dimensional weight exceeds the actual weight of the shipment, dimensional weight is used. 

Dimensional weight is calculated as follows:

L x W x H / 166 = Dimensional Weight

L = Length in inches, W= Width in inches, H= Height in inches.

Use the calculator below to determine your Dimensional Weight:

Dimensional Weight Calculator


Let us help you find out your package weights with this simple calculator.

Dimensional weight, also called "dim" weight, is used because the space a package takes on an aircraft may cost more than the package's actual weight. You should calculate dimensional weight for every shipment, compare that to its actual weight, and use the greater of the two to determine your shipping cost.

Destination:
Units:

Volumetric Weight: 0.00 Lbs.